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President Moon Jae-in, third from right, has tea with seven religious leaders in the Blue House on Monday before a luncheon meeting in which Moon expressed concerns about social and ideological rifts in Korea, asking for help from the religious community. From left; Archbishop Hyginus Kim Hee-joong (Roman Catholicism); Song Beom-du, head of Chondogyo; Oh Do-chul, executive director of Won Buddhism; Kim Young-geun, chief of Sung Kyun Kwan (Confucianism); Pastor Kim Sung-bok, president of the United Christian Churches of Korea; Moon; Ven. Wonhaeng, president of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism; Pastor Lee Hong-jeong, general secretary of the National Council of Churches in Korea. [JOINT PRESS CORPS]

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